First, I must say with Covid rental companies are faced with diminished sales which requires careful attention to cost, so we the consumer must be extra careful with details. Let me explain. Sixt, when available was always my choice, since they offer higher end cars for not much more than the better known rental companies run of the mill vehicles. San Jose is a Sixt location and I chose the group with BMW, Land Rover, Mercedes, Volvo. Not sure how Volvo found a spot in this group, but as luck would have it what was available. The attendant brought attention to all damage on the car , which on this Volvo, were almost unnoticeable. He ask we do a walk through, but the area, where it's parked was too dark to even see the notated damage, especially so, because the car was not very clean. So when we arrived at the security check point, which is well lighted, we find numerous area's of concern. After a delay the same attendant verified the "damage" and upgrades the system. Upon return several days later, the same attendant goes over the car in a very well lighted area , so thoroughly, I couldn't help but think this is definitely part of a plan to derive income. Additionally this delay pushed us over the 30 min grace period and was charged another day, which I paid. When I indicated a negative on their survey, they gave me a partial credit for the day. Bottom line this is a rental car, that we drive on roads and park. Normal wear and tear should be assumed in the daily fee. I feel very uneasy where renting a car from a company that see's that as damage and a revenue center.